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Ferry - Holyhead to Dublin/Dun Laoghaire

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9y, 11m agoPosted 9 years, 11 months ago
Peeps - I think only Stena and Irish Ferries do this route. Has any one got any codes / vouchers or know where to get best prices from?

Looking at going Friday AM returning Sunday PM in February for my Neice's Christening.

Thanks as always!
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9y, 11m agoPosted 9 years, 11 months ago
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#2
I've travelled with Stena Line from Dun Laoghaire to holyhead - i must recommend them! a great "cataraman" ride - it even had a burger king on board!
#3
Run a quote through on the link I gave you....It will look about 'normal' until you realise it's in euro's.....massively cheaper :whistling:
#4


Wow!!!!! Nearly £100 cheaper than other quotes!!!! Will be booking soon, thanks for this. Am I OK booking through this site then????
#5
Just checked - and for some reason the sailing times are a bit, well, Gash!!!!

Either late PM or very early AM! Thanks anyway, this is probably gonna be the best choice!
#6
NatD
Am I OK booking through this site then????


I have used it without problems in the past
#7
Oh no, not [COLOR="Red"]Stena[/COLOR] and that 'Cat'! you mean the [COLOR="Blue"]HSS[/COLOR] ([COLOR="blue"]H[/COLOR]igh [COLOR="blue"]S[/COLOR]peed [COLOR="blue"]S[/COLOR]ervice) or in your case of travelling in Feb she changes her name to [COLOR="blue"]H[/COLOR]ope [COLOR="blue"]S[/COLOR]he [COLOR="blue"]S[/COLOR]ails. I always travel with [COLOR="Green"]Irish Ferries[/COLOR] http://www.irishferries.com and a quick quote for mid Feb comes out at £150, Car & driver.

Also worth noting, [COLOR="Green"]Irish Ferries[/COLOR] operates the [SIZE="4"]LARGEST[/SIZE] ferry in the World - The Ulysses - and very little stops it travelling. When the seas get high she just puts out the stabilisers and carries on without a bump in the ... Irish Sea.

The only fault I have with IF now is their lack of Irish staff on the boat, this has been a bone on contention for some years now but management cannot see why the travelling public keep complaining - well here is one reason, that lovely Irish accent, somehow being served a pint of Guinness with a Polish accent does not seem right. :whistling:

You could always ask them for a £99 return fare, which is all in and would suit you for the weekend.
#8
Crazy1
You could always ask them for a £99 return fare, which is all in and would suit you for the weekend.


Should I just phone up and ask, or send an email???? Or is this an offer they have!

Cheers.

PS - am worried about the Fast Ferry as if there is even a little bit of chop I hear that it won't sail!!!!!
#9
NatD, sent you a PM, let me know!!!

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